AP Test scores at Stanley-Boyd show overall good results

by Joseph Back

The AP test results are in at Stanley-Boyd, and the report, are good overall.

“I can’t go too much in detail because it might identify indi vidual students," superintendent Jeu Koenig told the board Mon- day July That said, 24 of 50 test takers had scored a passing grade on the AP exam at Stanley-Boyd, defined as scoring a 3, 4, or 5. The tests allow for students who pass to earn college credit while still in high school, with the number of test takers was up from previ –

ous years, it was reported.

"So you said more students took it," school board member Chad Verbeten said after Koenig’s report. “Why do you think that is?" Koenig replied that the higher number of test takers was in the junior class, with students realizing it was worth taking.

"And they're not getting penalized for trying," board member Chad Verbeten said, agreeing that students understood the test’s worth.

With that, it was into an early release proposal for Wednes –


August 3, 2022